Lafayette Hill, PA (PRWEB) December 22, 2009
Retailers are counting on last minute shoppers to make up for sales lost during the Super Saturday storm. With more than 42 million consumers who still have shopping to complete, you can’t afford to have the weather close your stores this week.
- How the Super Saturday storm tracked over the weekend.
- The impact on top line sales
- The impact on bottom line budgeting
- Preparations and considerations for the rest of the season
Who: Six of the top ten national retailers depend on USM to uphold a consistent brand image and improve their customers’ in-store experience with facilities maintenance and management solutions. USM delivers non-core, yet mission critical interior and exterior facility services to over 80,000 client sites throughout North America in various industries with geographically dispersed assets including retail, restaurants, banking, real estate investment trusts, education, telecommunications, and utilities.
When: Tuesday, December 22 at 2:00 pm.
Where: To login to the webcast, please go to: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/bostonconferencing/join?id=wx_update&role=attend&pw=123
Meeting ID: wx_update
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Toll free: +1 (866) 740-1260
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Why: It is extremely important for a retailer to keep its facilities updated to ensure a safe atmosphere for customers. This includes all aspects of the facility, both internal and external. If retailers do not maintain safety standards and are forced to close their doors due to bad weather conditions, it can cause detrimental effects in their revenue and reputation, especially over the holiday season. USM has the technology and abilities to save retailers from ever having to close. With state-of-the-art weather tracking technology, USM is able to stay ahead of impending storm systems and remain prepared to meet retailer’s needs.
*USM experts are available for comment or for interview – please call Jamie Joffe at 610.864.5737